Tuden is a village in Western Bulgaria. It is located in the municipality Godech, Sofia district.
It is 8 km southwest of the town Godech, 61 km northwest of Sofia, 15 km northeast of Kalotina / the border with Serbia.
The population numbers about 65 people.
The climate is temperate. Summers are warm and winters cool. There are negative values of the average January temperature of about - 2.5 C and average July temperatures of about 18.4 C.
Here the river Nishava springing up near Kom peak and reaches Serbia.
The village is electrified, with maintained infrastructure.
There are water supply, electricity, communications networks.Missing sewers. There is coverage of all mobile operators.
Educational institutions and medical practices have in the municipal center - Godech and hospitals - in the regional center - Sofia.
Regular transport / taxi / it connects to the settlements in the area.
The outskirts of the village is characterized by picturesque scenery and fresh air. Nearby there are several small monasteries and chapels, preserved their Orthodox identity over the years.
Among the attractions is the ancient church of St. Nikolai - a cultural monument in which the inscription is preserved, according to which the temple was built in 1400, just after the fall of Bulgaria under Ottoman rule.